Unformatted text preview: How? I think that it is possible to know what is meaningful for animals because the animals are not so different from us regarding primary needs. They have the necessity to eat every day, they try to find their own foods learning different techniques that show their intelligence; for example, a bear can catch fishes in the river using his hands without help from others. Also, a pack of wolves know how to catch a prey using the technique of rounding and this is something they learned by instinct. And there are more needs; for example, animals have different ways to communicate each other when they are under attack from other animals and also it show their intelligence....
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- Winter '15
- Clever Hans, mathematical problems, Oskar Pfungst, Carl Stumpf, Claver Hans